Solution plasma processing (SPP)

Takai, Osamu
September 2008
Pure & Applied Chemistry;Sep2008, Vol. 80 Issue 9, p2003
Academic Journal
Liquid-phase plasma is not well known, although it has been used sparingly in water treatments and electrical discharge machining. We have named the liquid-phase plasma "solution plasma" and developed solution plasma processing (SPP). This paper reports the applications of SPP to syntheses of nanoparticles, surface modification of metals, and sterilization of water.


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